This collection archives mentions and references to Osgoode in the media dating back to the 2014/2015 academic year.

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Media Mentions from 2015

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Doubts over EU’s proposals for saving US trade deal, Daily Mail Online (UK), June 16

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Dufferin-Caledon MP’s office won’t release Syrian refugee petition, Caledon Enterprise, December 10

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Duo delivers blow to judge despite ruling, Lawyers Weekly, December 11

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Election 2015: Candidates Discuss Bill C-51, The Daily News (Nanaimo), September 8

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Election commentary: Canada’s international trade, Toronto Star, September 28

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Empowering asset owners, Top1000funds.com, November 4

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E-petition demands inquiry into wartime allegations of Afghan prisoner torture, City News, December 17

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ERHA Hosts First Annual Conference, The Emory Wheel, November 16

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Eva Melamed first Jewish woman in McGill sports hall, Canadian Jewish News, November 25

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Executive compensation – ‘a system so perfect that no one needs to be good’, Globe and Mail, December 11

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Experts question accuracy of New York Times story on Chinese taxation, Taxanalysts.com, January 22

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Fake pot laws raise host of problems, say lawyers, iPolitics (Ottawa, ON), February 12

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Federal Court judge under review for berating sex assault complainant, CBC News, November 10

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Five amazing things happening in Canada. Tell us some more, Huffington Post, March 18

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Five reasons to stop obsessing about balanced budget, Globe and Mail Commentary, April 9

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Five separate cancers. One tenacious Toronto lawyer, Toronto Star, October 19

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Five truths you should know about terrorism and Islam, Huffington Post, November 16

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Fixing a bad law, Wellington Times, September 23

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Foreign worker exodus expected as new rules kick in, The Tyee (Vancouver, BC), April 1

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Free expression in an age of intimidation, Regina Leader-Post (Regina, SK), January 10

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Free trade deals highlight discord over investor protection, Deutsche Welle (Germany), March 13

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Galati questions appointment of law prof to appeal court, Law Times (Scarborough, ON), January 12

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Getting the vote out in Humber River-Black Creek, CBC Metro Morning, October 19

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Governor-General could play key role if election ends with hung Parliament, Globe and Mail, October 12

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Grieving family is trying to ban a ‘victim blaming’ murder defence, CBC News, December 17

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Guilty verdict overturned after judge consults Google Street View, Toronto Star, March 23

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Hair tests halted at controversial Sick Kids lab; Lawyer whose case sparked Star probe calls decision to suspend Motherisk program ‘a relief’, Toronto Star, March 6

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Half-baked China-Australia Free Trade Agreement is lopsided, Canberra Times (Australia), June 19

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Harper’s bad bet on China, Troy Media, September 18

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Harper's 'life without parole' initiative a political move, say critics, The Canadian Press, March 4

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Harper’s Petard? The Relationship between the Courts and the Executive under the Conservative Government, The Harper Decade, May 28

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Health and phys ed curriculum, CBC Metro Morning, September 2

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Health care for refugees in Canada: Recognizing international human rights, OBA.org, October 20

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Hostile bids not always successful in Canadian cases, study shows, Globe and Mail, February 19

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How Harper sows fear of Muslims in pursuit of votes, HuffPost, September 9

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How men and women see gender equality differently, World Economic Forum Agenda, February 11

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How the Bell Curve bleaches out intellectual diversity, CBA National, October 1

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How to put the happy back in your day, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), January 5

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I am not a terrorist, despite what my critics told a Senate Committee, Huffington Post Blog, March 13

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Institutionalized power conflicts, Financial Post, September 17

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In the pipelines’ path: Canada’s First Nations lead resistance, Montreal Gazette, September 4

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Is art a fad or the future of legal education?, Canadian Association of Law Teachers blog, April 7

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Is Harper the worst prime minister in history? Part two, National Observer, June 7

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Is this Toronto’s rudest lawyer?; Joseph Groia lost his appeal on Monday to overturn a finding of ‘incivility’ against him for his defence of a Bre-X geologist. Are lawyers increasingly crossing the line between zealous advocacy and downright rudeness?, Toronto Star, February 3

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It’s about consent, Le Provocateur, October 23

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It's time to reform the role of Speaker of the House of Commons, The National Post, November 24

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Jane-Finch’s 1 per cent solution, Now Magazine, October 14

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#JeSuisConfused, Aljazeera, January 22

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Jewish group community builds with law student award, Canadian Lawyer for Students, December 14

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Judge blasts woman for ‘immaculate conception’ tale in property dispute, Toronto Star, April 8

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Judge rejects Ontario man’s ‘racist will’ that disinherited daughter for having ‘bastard white son’, National Post, January 29

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Judge strikes down Hamilton's bylaw to regulate Canada Post super-mailboxes, CBC News, June 11

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Justice is blind when it comes to Canadian jury selection, Toronto Star, October 5

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Kent McNeil: Stop Wasting Money Fighting Aboriginals, National Post, October 21

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Kept apart by a miscarriage of justice, torn apart by death, brothers finally together, Prince George Citizen, November 6

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Kinder Morgan Underestimating Environmental, Health Risks Of Pipeline Expansion - Report, Vancouver Sun, May 27

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Law doesn’t address demand for surrogates, Advocate Daily, September 10

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Law professor gives away 300 turkeys to encourage voting, CTV News, October 12

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Law prof to discuss European-Canadian trade agreement in Burlington, Burlington Post (Burlington, ON), April 2

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Law school dean leaves Lakehead, The Chronicle Journal (Thunder Bay, ON), June 30

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Law Society failing vulnerable refugee claimants, Toronto Star, May 18

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Lawsuit may be on again after Ontario Court of Appeal order, Lawyers Weekly, November 6

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Law unfair to car crash victims; Lawyer argues Ontario’s Bill 15 is unconstitutional, Toronto Sun, December 6

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Lawyer disbarred for Roma ripoff, Toronto Star, December 11

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Legal Aid seeks standing at penalty hearing for disgraced refugee lawyer, Toronto Star, May 10

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Legal Aid vows to ‘weed out’ bad refugee lawyers, Toronto Star, April 20

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Legal clinic helps homeless beat tickets; Outstanding fines for harmless offences are a costly legacy of late-1990s ‘squeegee kids’ law, Toronto Star, March 10

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Legal expert: Alberta man ticketed for ‘F*** Harper’ sign has good constitutional case, Yahoo Canada, November 13

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Legal marijuana going to pot in #elxn42, Now Magazine, October 5

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Legal pains: The cost of justice includes physical health, Legal Feeds (the blog of Canadian Lawyer & Law Times), March 13

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Legal protection for climate change actions, Radio Canada International, October 27

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Letters to the ROB editor addressing TPP claims: TPP is a wonderful idea - for China, Globe and Mail, December 26

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Liberal government’s throne speech promises to legalize, regulate marijuana, CP24, December 5

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Liberal win offers us a real shot at real reform of our electoral system, The National Post, November 23

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Licence appeal switch moves forward, Law Times, October 12

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Life sentence is just that under bill, Winnipeg Free Press, March 5

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Light through the window, Canadian Lawyer (Scarborough, ON), March 2

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Limited-scope retainers – What’s in it for you?, CBA National Online, November 2

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Live chat: Knia Singh on carding, Toronto Sun, June 12

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Live-in caregivers, CBC Metro Morning, May 25

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Long-Awaited Charbonneau Commission Report Into Quebec Corruption Is Around The Corner, Montreal Gazette, November 20

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Long-awaited Charbonneau Commission report into Quebec corruption is around the corner, Montreal Gazette, November 20

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LSSO applauds Law Society for reversal on digital-only bar materials, LSSO media release, March 30

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LSSO sets priorities for 2015/2016 at 2nd Annual General Meeting, LSSO media release, March 24

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Make the justice system accessible, Toronto Star, February 25

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Man crowdfunding his fight against the 10-year wait for a legal pardon, Globe and Mail, May 19

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Mass ejection of temporary foreign workers looms, Toronto Star, March 27

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MEPs and trade ministers reject EU trade commissioner’s corporate rights reforms, rabble.ca, May 12

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Message to Trudeau: Voters spoke loud and clear for cities, Spacing, October 26

Modi to reach Canada, first visit by Indian Prime Minister in 42 years, Live India, April 14

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Motherisk review should be expanded: Innocence Project, Toronto Star, February 10

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Municipal oversight, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), June 12

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Nappier Panel: No easy way to get more women on corporate boards, Hartford Courant, September 16

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New pension law reflects changing expectations, Investment Executive, November 19

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Nigerian heads UN Human Rights Council Advisory Committee, Daily Independent (Nigeria), March 17

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No-contest settlements still hot-button issue, Investor Recovery Conference hosted by Osgoode and FAIR, Advisor.ca, October 27

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Notley’s Way, Globe and Mail, May 9

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Not to be dismissed, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), January 26

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Number of applications to US law schools may increase, The Varsity, October 26

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Observers Warn Against Knee-Jerk Reaction To Tragic Police Shootings, Times Colonist, January 20